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See this web site, but make sure you read the whole site before you do anything.

"I never learned anything when I was talking." Larry King

Windows 7 is not free. You will have to purchase the same from Microsoft.

You won't be able to download the windows7 for free.But u can download
Windows 7 themes and wallpapers..

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